I Wrote Four or Five Entries for the Day. . .

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and they were either too negative, too self-centered, or too blahhh to bother with. And so, seeing as it is better to say nothing and allow people to think you an idiot than to open your mouth and remove all doubt, I commend your attention to the passage from 1 Peter in the prayer requests below. Derived from Morning Prayer, it is fruitful for individual meditation. There is a richness to the words that only comes forth with serious consideration.

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Thanks to your recommendation to start praying the Morning Office, I was able to say, "Hey, I read that this morning!" with excitement when I saw your suggestion for the 1 Peter quote.

It doesn't take much to get me excited. LOL!!!

The passage gave me a lot to meditate on.



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